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EdUSA Weekly Update Issue #381 June 16th, 2014

I. Financial Aid
UG: Eastern Michigan University (MI) International Scholarships
UG: University of the People Financial Aid Opportunities for International Students
UG: Full Sail University (FL) Emerging Technology Scholarship
UG: Drexel University (PA) Global Scholar Program

II. Campus News
University of Northern Iowa (IA) Tuition Scholarship Recipients for Fall 2014
Western Washington University (WA) ‘Ask Me Anything About My Country’ Booth
UC Berkeley (CA) Fundamental Studies in Business and Entrepreneurship Program
How to Handle Money Matters as an International Student

I. Financial Aid

EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY (MI) INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

Several options are available to students from around the country and world to help finance your undergraduate studies at Eastern Michigan University:
The National Scholars Program (NSP) Scholarship – Renewable award which pays the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition (approximately $15,000 per year). Open to incoming freshman and transfer students with a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale. To be eligible, you must be admitted as a non resident for tuition purposes. Transfer students must have completed 30 transferable credits prior to admission for eligibility. Students are automatically considered for the NSP at the time of admission based on the GPA used to make their admission decision. Students must be admitted by the priority deadlines in order to be eligible.

For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/19nIrLX

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UNIVERSITY OF THE PEOPLE FINANCIAL AID OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

University of the People is dedicated to opening access to higher education around the world for all qualified individuals otherwise constrained access. UoPeople has succeeded in cutting down almost the entire cost of higher education. All it ask its students to cover is the cost of exam processing at $100 per end-of course exam.
For those who cannot afford these minimal fees, the University provides a variety of scholarships designed to meet the unique needs of its international student population and enable students from all over the world, regardless of financial status, access to online, accredited academic studies from an American university.

For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1jJZsEK

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FULL SAIL UNIVERSITY (FL) EMERGING TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP

The Full Sail University Emerging Technology Scholarship is designed to encourage and develop future professionals with a career focus in emerging technologies. The purpose of this program is to aid deserving individuals who enroll in select 20- to 21-month campus design and development bachelor of science degrees, including:
Digital Arts & Design Bachelor of Science
Emerging Technology & Systems Engineering Bachelor of Science
Mobile Development Bachelor of Science
Simulation & Visualization Bachelor of Science
Software Development Bachelor of Science
Web Design & Development Bachelor of Science
Awards:
Effective December 16, 2013, the Emerging Technology Scholarship may award up to $40,000 to eligible students. Scholarship amounts may vary.

For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1ky0AQX

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DREXEL UNIVERSITY (PA) GLOBAL SCHOLAR PROGRAM

The Drexel Global Scholar program offers incoming international freshmen the opportunity to apply for a full-tuition scholarship. This award will go to a limited number of students with strong academic credentials as well as considerable accomplishments outside of the classroom, such as community service and extracurricular activities.

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II. Campus News

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA (IA) TUITION SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS FOR FALL 2014

The Culture & Intensive English Program is pleased to announce the following recipients of the 2014 Fall CIEP Tuition Scholarship: Alan Josue Posadas Martinez from Honduras and Eyerusalem Woldecherkos from Ethiopia. The CIEP is also proud to announce the recipient of the CIEP Global Connections Scholar Award, Andrea Carolina Sanchez Ruiz, from Argentina. To read more about the scholarship recipients, visit the link below.

For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1u8FXxo

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WESTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY (WA) ‘ASK ME ANYTHING ABOUT MY COUNTRY’ BOOTH

Western Washington University international students took turns sitting in the “Ask Me Anything About My Country” booth on the Bellingham, WA, campus on Friday, May 16. Passersby asked the students about their countries, their cultures, and their experiences as international students in the US. Organized by International Student and Scholar Services, the goal of the event was to celebrate WWU’s international population and to encourage cross-cultural education on a personal level.
International Student and Scholar Services supports international students at Western Washington University, providing assistance with immigration advising, practical matters, and social and cultural adjustment. ISSS also works to promote cross-cultural exchange throughout the University community. International students may begin their studies at Western Washington University in Fall, Winter, or Spring quarters.

For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1vh4IsX

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UC BERKELEY (CA) FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM

Prepare to lead a small business or start your own with the Fundamental Studies in Business and Entrepreneurship program. Course topics range from leadership and opportunity recognition to business plan creation, social media marketing and Web platform development. You have the opportunity to visit the Silicon Valley and gain first-hand knowledge of how the startup industry operates and build a valuable network among institutions that support small-business development. The internship program offers on-the-job experience at local companies and organizations. Spaces are still available for the September term. Applications are due July 25.

For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1mgmftu

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HOW TO HANDLE MONEY MATTERS AS AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

It’s a good idea to know how different things work when you’re going to a foreign country. In the U.S. international students will realize quickly that people handle money differently than in their home country. In some ways, the U.S. is very contradictory when it comes to financial matters: On one hand, few use cash, depending more on credit and debit cards; on the other hand, many people get paper paychecks and actually still use checks to pay bills for things such as electricity, like I had to at my dorm.
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Contact an EducationUSA adviser near you for guidance on finding and applying to an accredited U.S. college or university.
EducationUSA.state.gov (Note: students must apply for financial aid directly with the institution listed)
An archive of these and other past financial aid and news announcements is available at EducationUSA.info/financial-aid
EducationUSA would like to thank all the institutions, foundations, and other organizations which so generously provide the financial aid and news information contained herein.